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>... And they can dog-ear pages as
>bookmarks, make notes, etc. in bokks. (When we pointed out that you can do
>the same with Winhelp files, people were astounded! Why are bookmarks and
>annotations such a big secret?)
I do know about them, but don't use 'em. Why? I use multiple machines,
and those help files aren't portable.
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